Recently, superstar Aamir Khan watched the Netflix series Jamtara which is based on a true crime that happened in the small district of Jamtara in Jharkhand. The story revolves around the phishing operations that rocked the nation a few years back. Aamir Khan was visibly bowled over by the performances of Jamtara’s young cast and he went ahead and heaped praise on them by video calling them. The actor also reached out to the director of the series – Soumendra Padhi and actor Monika Panwar who plays the role of Gudiya.
Actor Sparsh Shrivastava who played the role of Sunny in the show shared a glimpse of the video call with the superstar on his Instagram account. Sparsh is seen and heard being bowled over the actor’s praises, during this video call full of praises. Sparsh also mentions about how he began his journey with a dance reality show, Chak Dhoom Dhoom, post which he did serials and then landed in the digital space. He was also praised by actor Vicky Kaushal for his brilliant performance in the web show.
Sparsh Shrivastava sharing the screenshot of his direct messages, he also shared a message of the URI actor praising him. Vicky Kaushal replying to her Instagram stories had written, “You were brilliant buddy. Keep shining!”
Well, we must say Sparsh has already hogged the limelight with his acting prowess and receiving praises from perfectionist Aamir Khan and Vicky Kaushal will be an extra feather in his cap. ALSO READ: Ponmagal Vandhal: Jyotika And Suriya Starrer To Have First Ever Digital Premiere On Amazon Prime Video Today
Crime thriller, Jamtara – Sabka Number Ayega premiered on OTT platform. Netflix on January 10, 2020. ALSO READ: Extraction: Vicky Kaushal Is All Praise For Rudhraksh Jaiswal’s ‘Great Work’ In The Thriller; Here’s What Ovy Had To Say- EXCLUSIVE
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